2013 Juniper Cup Teams
Team PURPLE Team PINK Team BLUE
Captain: Tara Purvis Captain: Donna McNeil Captain: Connie Wiard
Amy Rodgers Aggie Hampton Charlotte Nelson
Barbara Reynolds Susan Goins Michele Brown
Barbara Terrell Billie Robinson Tonya Courtney
Trina Rhoads Esther Wilhoyte Dusty Nelson
Glenda Wardrip Sue Wood Anne Hilen
Libby Courtney Carol Payton Carol Wiard
PJ Johnson Dee Thompson Connie Page
Team RED Team YELLOW Team GREEN
Captain: Becky Ebert Captain: Teresa Prather Captain: Kim Wooldridge
Robin Moore Debbie Wash Pam Rhodes
Natalie Highley Shirley Wilhoite Karen Pilcher
Barbara Booze Susan Spoonamore Charlotte Pyles
Nine Sue Rice Joanna Strange Cathy Kays
Liz Smith Helen Hawkins Courtney Griffin
Mary Rhodes Jenny Anglin Betty Hedges
Kim Delaney-Ellis Rhonda Schierer Allison Harrod
Memorial Day, May 27 – Juniper Cup Kickoff
Chips Ahoy – Each member of a 4-person team will draw 1 of 4 different colored poker chips (or will select colors prior to beginning play). Before the tournament, each flag will be marked with colored tape. The team uses the score of the player assigned the same color as the tape on the flag. The winner is the team with the lowest “color” score.
Make your own foursome but all should be on the same Juniper Cup team. Make your own tee time.
CLASSIC STROKE PLAY RESULTS - 5/11/13
|First Flight||Handicap||Gross Score||Net Score||Putts||Result||Prize||JC Points|
|Nelson, Charlotte||15||87||72||31||1st Low Gross||$12.50||6|
|Prather, Teresa||18||89||71||30||1st Low Net||$12.50||6|
|McNeil, Donna||11||92||81||38||2nd Low Gross (SCP)||$10.00||4|
|Shipp, Brenda||16||93||77||33||Low Putts (SCP)||$5.00||3|
|Dawson, Julie||23||100||77||35||1st Low Gross||$15.00||6|
|Courtney, Tonya||27||101||74||32||1st Low Net (SCP)||$15.00||6|
|Pyles, Charlotte||26||102||76||36||2nd Low Gross (SCP)||$10.00||4|
|Spoonamore, Susan||26||102||74||39||2nd Low Net||$10.00||4|
|Booze, Barbara||26||103||77||33||Low Putts||$5.00||3|
|Courtney, Libby||40||116||76||38||1st Low Gross||$12.00||6|
|Schierer, Rhonda||48||125||77||39||1st Low Net (SCP)||$12.00||6|
|Anglin, Jenny||41||121||80||41||2nd Low Gross||$6.00||4|
|Coleman, Elizabeth||48||127||79||35||Low Putts||$5.00||3|
26 Players @$5.00 each; $130.00 total prize money
|22 players @$.50 each- total $11.00 chip-in pot|
|3 chip-ins @$3.67 each|
|Chip-ins: Barbara Terrell - #10, Teresa Prather - #16, Elizabeth Coleman - #18|
|6 players @$2.00 each - $12.00 total White Tees Skins – 6 skins awarded @ $2.00 each|
|Skins: Teresa Prather - #2, Donna McNeil - #5, Charlotte Nelson - #12, #13, Linda Dailey - #17, Michele Brown - #18|
|7 players @$2.00 each - $14.00 total Red Tees Skins – 7 skins awarded @ $2.00 each|
|Skins: Susan Spoonamore - #4, #13, Joanna Strange - #5, Julie Dawson - #7, Charlotte Pyles - #9, Barbara Terrell - #10, #14|
RACE FOR THE JUNIPER CUP
This year, the Juniper Cup has been changed to a season-long team competition. Points will be awarded throughout the season for various things, including, but not limited to participation in league play, participation in weekend tournaments, and winning 1st or 2nd gross or net in tournament play. Each player's points will be added to their team's point total which will be their starting score when the Juniper Cup Championship is decided in September. The first JHLGC event (Yellow Ball Scramble on April 13) will award Juniper Cup points. League participation points will be awarded beginning April 24. This allows an equal number of playing opportunities for members of both leagues.
Participation: Participation is strictly voluntary and requires a $5 entry fee to cover prizes and gift certificates for the Championship. Players choosing to participate in this competition are urged to attend league and club events regularly to earn as many points as possible for your team. The deadline to enter is May 15th. All points earned prior to that date will be awarded to the teams accordingly.
Team Selection: Between May 16th and May 27th, teams will be assigned. The number of teams and number of members on each will depend on the total number of participants. Team captain positions will first be offered to the lowest handicaps. For example, if 8 teams are created, the 8 lowest handicaps will get first shot at being team captains. Once captains have been chosen, the rest of the teams will be determined by a draw. (Again using 8 teams as the example, the next 8 players with the lowest handicaps will have their names placed in a hat and each captain will draw a name. This draw process will continue until all players have been selected for a team). Team colors will also be assigned.
Team Captains: Team Captains are urged to stay in contact with their team members, encouraging them to participate in qualifying events. They can also arrange team meetings so they can pick a team name, if desired, or just get to know one another better. Interacting with your Juniper Cup team members is a great way to make new friends and meet some of our club members you might not otherwise get to know.
Juniper Cup Opener: The first event after Juniper Cup teams have been assigned will be the Memorial Day “Chips Ahoy” tournament. This event is “MYOF” (Make Your Own Foursome), but we are urging players to try to have Juniper Cup teams paired together when possible. As this is the kickoff for the Juniper Cup, point values will be increased, so participation is critical for your team!
Championship: In September, all teams' point totals will be their starting score. This final event will be worth significantly more points than regular weekend events, thus giving more teams a chance to win. Members of the winning team will receive gift certificates. Additional prizes may be available, depending on how many participants we have. Our entire Juniper Cup budget comes from the entry fees paid for this event.
Check out the "Race for the Juniper Cup" tab at the top of this page for further information.
2013 JHLGC Board
Co-Chairs: Kim Wooldridge & Donna McNeil
Tournament Chair: Michele Brown
Secretary/Treasurer: Barbara Reynolds
Handicap Chair: Sue Wood
Late Swingers officers elected for 2013 season: Kim Wooldridge, League Administrator; Susan Goins, League Night Chair; Susan Spoonamore, Special Events Chair; and Donna McNeil, Golf 101 Chair.
2013 Ladies Golf at Juniper Hill Golf Course
If you’re interested in taking up a new sport; new in town and looking to play golf with like-minded women; and/or would like to participate in the largest ladies golf league in the state, then please contact us regarding any or all of the information listed below. There's something for everyone!
GOLF 101 - The introductory classes offers basic golf instruction from Kentucky Golf Professional, Kirk Schooley, Juniper Hill Golf Course. These classes are
highly recommended for the beginner as well as those that wish to refresh their skills. Classes will start in April. Dates and times TBA.
Wednesday Ladies Day Golf League – This league was established in the late 1950’s. Our goal is to promote competitive 18-hole play for ladies and to promote friendship and camaraderie. We have various formats of play each week and Match Play in the month of July. First day of league play – April 3.
Thursday Night Late Swingers League – This league was established in 1980 to promote and support women’s golf in and around Frankfort. Our league's goal is to have fun while playing golf. This league is was originally designed for working women to play 9-holes each Thursday evening; however, everyone is invited to play. First night of league play – April 25.
Players are welcome to play in both leagues if so desired.
All females ages 12 and over are eligible to join. Females under 12 must have permission from the Director of Golf before being accepted into the league.
NOTE: You can join either or both of the leagues at any time during the season.
Below is a list of combined winnings for 2011 and 2012 for those ladies who have won "Schooley Bucks" during the season. This list is located at the register in the pro shop. You can check your balance and then make your selection from the many fine items in the pro shop. We're trying to save a few trees by not giving out the actual gift certificates.
The Member/Member – June 8-9 is comprised of 2-person teams (pick your own partner) and includes four different 9-hole formats over two days. Member/member is two females playing as a team. The front 9 on day one is a 2-person scramble. The back 9 is best ball. On day two, the front 9 is combined net while the back 9 is true alternate shot. Make your own team and sign up in the pro shop (be sure to sign up on the ladies sheet). Tee times will be assigned and will be the same for both days. The sign-up sheet is now available in the Pro Shop at the front desk. $15 per person with an optional Calcutta ($50/team).
Late Swingers Ladies League – Miss Dollie Challenge, Thursday, June 20. Format: Scramble. Need to be at the golf course by 4:45 and ready to tee off for a shotgun start at 5:15. Teams will be A, B, C, D. There will be a potluck and BRIEF business meeting after play. If you haven't signed up, you may pre-register by contacting one of the following: Susan Spoonamore at email@example.com or 859/583-1753 or Susan Goins at firstname.lastname@example.org or 682-1389. Advanced registration is greatly appreciated.
2013 Ladies Club Championship - August 10-11. Flights for all skill levels are available, and ladies will be playing with other ladies in the same handicap range. Prizes will be awarded for 1st & 2nd low gross and low net in each flight and also prizes for the Birdie and Par baskets. There will be a special division for the Golf 101 and 50+ handicaps. Door prizes are available too! If that isn’t enough, lunch is provided on Sunday so as you finish your round, you can fill your plate and head out to the deck to watch the rest of the ladies come up 18. The tournament committee has been working very hard to make this a fun and enjoyable event for all our ladies and we hope you will give serious consideration to playing this year. The entry fee is $10, plus applicable cart and green fees. For more information, contact Michele Brown at email@example.com or (502) 219-0562.
“The Juniper” August 21, 2013. The twenty-second annual ladies “The Juniper” tournament is scheduled for Wednesday, August 14.
Ladies Golf 101 is open to any female age 12 and up. The introductory class offers basic golf instruction from Kentucky Golf Professional Kirk Schooley, Juniper Hill Golf Course. The class is highly recommended for the beginner as well as those that wish to refresh their skills. The fee is $22 and includes membership to the Late Swingers Golf League. Make checks payable to: Late Swingers
First night of instruction is Tuesday, April 9 at 5:30 p.m. at Lakeview Springs Golf Course. For more information contact Donna McNeil at (502) 330-0015 or firstname.lastname@example.org or call the pro shop at (502) 875-8559.
Juniper Hill Golf Course
800 Louisville Road
Frankfort, KY 40601
Pro Shop: (502) 875-8559
As you walk down the fairway of life you must smell the roses, for you only get to play one round. ~ Ben Hogan